4 Positive Signs Your Ex Still Loves You

Sometimes people who initiate a breakup don't do it because they are out of love with that person, it's because they may need a break. However, how can you tell if they actually still love you? Have you seen your ex with someone else? Whenever they see you or hear your name, does it seem like they just don't care?

Sometimes it can be a bit difficult to discern if your ex still wants you especially if they did the breaking up. What they feel, what they say… it really doesn't matter. How people act can be different from how they actually feel. However, if you want actual clues to find out if your ex still has feelings for you, there are 4 signs to keep a look out for.

(1) Keeps in Constant Contact

Okay, so you have broken up but they are still calling or texting you. Is there a reason to that contact or is it just an excuse to talk to you? By keeping in constant contact with you, it's a sign they really aren't ready to let the relationship or you go.

(2) Always Around

If your ex still wants to see you, they may show up anywhere you go. However, it'll all look like coincidence to you until they do it everyday, everywhere. Then you'll know for sure it's being done on purpose.

(3) Holding On to Material Items

Did you and your ex give things to one another? If so, are they holding onto these things? Do they still have photos of you in their wallet/purse? This is a tell-tale sign of still being in love with you.

(4) Impressions

Does it seem like your ex is bragging about their life and how well it's going without you in it? Are they looking better or working out more? If so, they may be trying to impress you with these changes or attitudes. Believe it or not, they want you to get and stay interested in them once again.

These are 4 good signs that your ex still has feelings for you. But the question is… do you? Sometimes it's hard to distinguish your feelings in stressful times but would you like to give the relationship a second chance? If so, don't come across as needy because while they may be dropping hints of wanting reconciliation, they can get turned off just as easily with this emotion. Remember to cool things off for a time, sort through your feelings and make a decision then.

There's a lot you can do to learn how to stop a break up. However, you must first begin with the first step. Here are two steps for you to begin with: with the right foot, remind you to never stop making an effort on your relationship; and with the left foot, tell yourself to just keep trying. Here's a FREE video teaching you how to make the first move, visit http://www.themagicofmakingup.com

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